Natural Glide avalanche that occurred about 1000 on Saturday March 8, 2014. Starting zone was a steep rocky area with other glide cracks visible to the crown of the slide. Rocky slabs visible in the starting zone, so glide is likely. Very difficult to gauge size of the crown as well as width as we were unwilling to go anywhere close to this. Occurred on NW aspect at 9500'
The slide is between the backcountry runs of Bonkers and the Diving Board in Broads Fork.
We were ascending Bonkers a second time and heard a rumble. At the top of the Bonkers we noticed the slide.
[Edit 3/11/2014 - Originally reported as SS-N-D2.5-R3-O . This was a glide avalanche where the bed surface where the avalanche originated was a rock slab.]